Dolores Domzalski (Leimkuhler)

Date of Death: 
January 28th, 2021

Dolores Elizabeth Domzalski of Philadelphia, PA embarked on her final trip, this time to heaven, January 28, 2021, departing from Holy Redeemer Hospital, where she died from a stroke. Dolores was born in Philadelphia to Edward and Marie Leimkuhler on August 6, 1939. She went to high school at St. Basil Academy. She married Francis J. Domzalski and raised their three children in Philadelphia where she was a clerk for the Internal Revenue Service and then held several part time positions with the Reading Federal Credit Union, Albert Einstein Medical Center, and the Naval Depot. Subsequently, she was a devoted band mother for Cardinal Dougherty High School. During retirement, she held several positions as a volunteer for 20 years at Holy Redeemer Hospital. Dolores is survived by her loving husband Frank of 62 years and her children Stephen (Barbara, nee Wood), Michael (Kathleen, nee McNamara), and Lisa (Thomas Merrick). Dolores will also be lovingly remembered by her seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Stephen (Lauren, nee Triboletti and Lilly and Chase), Brian (Courtney, nee Gil), Daniel (fiancée Becky Cole), Ashley (fiancée Jared Willingham), Michael, Alison, and Timothy. She is also survived by her brother Robert Leimkuhler and predeceased by her brother Raymond Leimkuhler. Dolores enjoyed traveling with her husband, with favorite places being Ocean City, Maryland and Aruba, where her and Frank visited twice a year for 32 years. They considered the happy island their second home. When she wasn’t spending time with her family, Dolores enjoyed visiting the casinos, especially those in Atlantic City. A celebration of life mass will be held at Maternity BVM Catholic Church, 9220 Old Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19115 at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 4, preceded by visitation starting at 9:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations go to Bladder Exstrophy Research in Dolores’ name. The website is https://www.exstrophyresearch.org/dona

Memories and Condolences

Frank, We are so very sorry for your loss. Dolores was such a nice, sweet woman and always a pleasure to talk to. We are sending you and your family prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time. If you need anything, please let us know. Kim and John Fee
Dolores was like an angel among us as evidenced by her many years of volunteering at the hospital and her dedication and love for her family and church. She lived an extraordinary life. We will miss her very much. Peace and love, cousins Donna and Stan (Stosh)
I was very sad to hear about my old classmate passing away. Dolores and I went to Saint Basil Academy together but lost touch after I moved away. She was a good friend and I will miss her kindness towards everyone. My prayers to Frank and her family. Jane Banzhof Costantino
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